Diver laughs in front of the aggressive octopus when he hooks up to his camera crew

This is the extraordinary moment when an octopus attacks a diver and grabs his camera crew

Diver laughs in front of the aggressive octopus, as he hooks up to his camera crew and drags him across the sea in remarkable images

  • This is the extraordinary moment when an octopus tries to steal a diver's camera
  • The creature wraps its tentacles around the man while trying to shake it
  • Dmitriy Rudas filmed the meeting near Primorsky Krai in the Russian Far East

Jessica Green for Mailonline

This is the extraordinary moment when an octopus attacks a diver and grabs his camera crew, refusing to let go.

The sea creature wraps around the diver's arms while he tries to free himself from his prey.

Dmitriy Rudas filmed the meeting of his colleague with the octopus near Primorsky Krai in the Far East of Russia.

This is the extraordinary moment when an octopus attacks a diver and grabs his camera crew

This is the extraordinary moment when an octopus attacks a diver and grabs his camera crew

The unidentified diver found himself face to face with the creature when the octopus appeared to face him.

When he approaches the creature, the octopus is huddled in a small pile at the bottom of the sea.

The sea creature wraps its long tentacles around the funny man while trying to shake himself

The sea creature wraps its long tentacles around the funny man while trying to shake himself

The sea creature wraps its long tentacles around the funny man while trying to shake himself

The diver does not seem scared by the big creature in front of him and, instead, smiles

The diver does not seem scared by the big creature in front of him and, instead, smiles

The diver does not seem scared by the big creature in front of him and, instead, smiles

But he reacts quickly to the arrival of the diver, clinging to him while trying to film the incredible octopus.

The creature unfolds and extends its arms to become as large and impressive as possible.

Finally, the diver frees himself, but the octopus clings to the platform of his camera as he throws it away.

Rudas, who filmed the footage in the summer of 2016, said: "We laugh at the behavior of this octopus."

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